The Ghost Walks (1934)

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“The Ghost Walks” is a 1934 American film directed by Frank R. Strayer. The movie follows the story of a group of strangers who are stranded in a creepy old house during a thunderstorm. The house is said to be haunted by the ghost of a murdered man, and the guests soon begin to experience strange and unexplainable events.

The group includes a playwright named John (played by John Miljan), his leading lady Marcia (played by June Collyer), a producer named Milton (played by Richard Carle), and several other characters. As they try to figure out who among them is behind the strange occurrences, they find themselves locked in the house with no way to escape.

As the night wears on, tensions rise, and suspicions mount. The group begins to suspect each other of being the murderer, but as the bodies start to pile up, they realize that the killer may be one of their own. With the help of a detective who arrives on the scene, they must solve the mystery before it’s too late.

Overall, “The Ghost Walks” is a classic mystery movie with elements of horror and suspense. It is notable for its atmospheric setting and eerie tone, which create a sense of unease throughout the film. The movie features a talented cast of actors who bring their characters to life with humor and wit, making for an entertaining and engaging viewing experience.

Frank R. Strayer

Charles Belden

John Miljan, June Collyer, Richard Carle

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